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The FK-33 was a weapon manufactured by Krupp, a bolt-action rifle with a five-bullet capacity. It had no magazine, so soldiers would have to put the bullets into the hole manually. It was sold in 1939, after use in the Battle of Tomoslaw Tabecka.

History Edit

The FK-33 Rifle was formulated by Herr Krupp back in 1933, and it saw service in the Invasion of Czechoslovakia and the Invasion of Austria, either as the FK-33 or OU Rifle. The rifle was used in the beginning battles of World War II, until the FK-39 replaced it.

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